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"He's putting the hair away now."
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April 28

Joss Whedon on which of his projects gets the most fan attention. There's other interesting bits and pieces to be had in this Metro interview.
Avengers: Age of Ultron might be the finest realization of the Marvel Universe on screen. PopMatters says Joss "creates both a fully-immersive experience for fans, and an artistic comment on the experience of fandom in a world of mass medium popculture".
Joss Whedon's doomed struggle: "Age of Ultron" and superhero cinema’s decadent phase'' Writer for Salon asks if the superhero movie has reached "a decadent plateau, a long-term steady state of self-nourishing bigness and reverberant meaninglessness."

April 27

Sesame Street's Aveggies in "Age of Bon Bon". Dr. Brownie, Onion Man, Captain Americauliflower, Black Bean Widow, Mighty Corn, and Zuchin-eye team up to save the world's vegetables from the evil Bon Bon.
(SPOILER) Preview pages for Buffy Season 10 #15. The issue is out May 20th.
Avengers Age of Ultron - Speed Painting l "Ultron". A skilled artist named Bunny Girl speed paints Ultron.
(SPOILER) The original team reunites in a new clip from tomorrow's Agents of SHIELD. Second clip from the new episode posted over at EW.com.
Joss on possibly directing a DC movie in the future. Amidst The Avengers: Age of Ultron promo tour, Joss ponders the likelihood of him helming a DC adaptation and goes back to his Wonder Woman days.
Joss Whedon on his possible Liam Neeson action film, Suspension. This was speculated upon back in September of last year, and it is indeed one of Joss' old spec scripts that is being filmed.
(SPOILER) Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2, Episode 19: 6 hints about the lead-up to 'Ultron'. Hypable has seen tomorrow's episode and it sounds really good.

April 26

An interview with Greg Edmonson at WonderCon 2015. Earlier this month, the Comic Issues division of Pixelated Geek had a short video interview with Edmonson. Firefly is discussed, natch.
Avengers: Age of Ultron makes $201.2 million at the international box office. "It was the number one movie in all the territories in which it opened, representing 55 percent of the entire international market, exceeding the first installment in the series by 44 percent in today's exchange rate, according to Disney's calculations."



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